"Aurora Leigh" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and "Jacob's Room" by Virginia Woolf
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From the Paper:"The purpose of this paper is to discuss the novella-length poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning entitled "Aurora Leigh," as the quintessentially Victorian nineteenth century work in terms of social issues and stylistic concerns. The stylistic concerns include presentation of characters, genre choice, imagery and plot choice. This Victorian work will be compared and contrasted with a twentieth century work by Virginia Woolf, Jacob's Room, her third novel and some say the first of which she incorporated successfully her experimental literary style. The same issues of stylistic concern will be dealt with here, except that now, it will be stressed that this novel is an example of the quintessentially modern early twentieth century work.
My argument concerning these two works described is that although Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "Aurora Leigh" is decidedly..."
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